A good foundation for any Kung Fu training begins with stances and conditioning. We begin with strength, flexibility, rooting, and stepping. Once a student grasps these concepts, we can continue through the curriculum outlined below.
Supplemental training, including hard and soft qigong, individual and partner drills, some light sparring, and practical application of techniques and concepts presented in the forms is necessary throughout a student's martial arts journey.
SUPPLEMENTAL HUNG GAR HAND FORMS
Moi Fa Kyun (Plum Blossom Fist), Lau Gar Kyun (Lau Family Fist), Wu Dip Cheung (Butterfly Palms), Jin Ying Kyun (Elite Fist Form), Sam Ying Kuen (Three Form Fist/Snake, Cat, Crane Combined Fist)
HUNG GAR PILLAR FORMS
Gong Ji Fuk Fu Kyun (Subdue the Tiger in an “I” Pattern Form/Subduing Tiger Form), Fu Hok Seong Ying Kyun (Tiger Crane Double Style Fist), Sup Ying Kyun (10 Forms Fist/Five Animal Five Elements), Tit Sin Kyun (Iron Wire Fist)
Hang Che Gwan (Walking Straight Staff, sometimes called “Monkey King Staff”), Pek Qua Dan Dao (Broadsword), Kwan Leun Gim (Kwan Mountain Straight sword), Hang Yue Seung Dao (“Moon Moves Double Knives”/Wu Dip Seung Dao- or Butterfly Knives)